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The World Bank approved a loan of $100 million to continue its assistance to the Wuhan Municipality and support its transition to a ‘two-type’ society by enhancing mobility for passenger trips within and to the central area of the city in an environmentally sustainable, integrated and safe manner.
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The number of trips carried per
day by the Lagos Bus Rapid
Transit Line.

Source: Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority
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Parking Lots to Parks: Designing Livable Cities
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